Most of the people that I see getting married come from a mom and dad, well-to-do background. Those are the people in relationships that seem the most stable and loving.
Most Helpful Guy
Yes, I suppose it's important at least to an extent. It is more important if it is the concept of "arranged marriage", if it's "love marriage" then I guess the two people who love each other don't pay so much attention to this point.
Moreover, I believe the family doesn't really have any impact on the individual, meaning the family can be not so good but the individual ( the person you are going to marry) from the family can still turn out to be a very good person. On the other hand the family can be good but then the individual coming from the family may still have some bad habits and may not be a person of a good character. I mean these are the possibilities.
After all it's the two people who are getting married, they are not getting married to the family, right.0
Most Helpful Girl
Depends on how prominent they are in the person's life and how much influence they have on him/her. You should consider the fact that you marry a person's family--for better or worse ;)0